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A Woman, A Part

 
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
 
Sun, Jun 26, 2016
  • 6PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 98min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $16
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+  Q&A with Elisabeth Subrin and Cara Seymour
 
 
 
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Directed by Elisabeth Subrin

With Maggie Siff, Cara Seymour, John Ortiz, Khandi Alexander, Dagmara Dominczyk, Eszter Balint

“Poignant and compelling”
—Artforum

Forty-something, Ritalin-dependent TV star Anna Baskin (Sons of Anarchy, Mad Men and Billions' Maggie Siff) is in emotional freefall. In the hopes of escaping her Emmy-winning screen persona, she impulsively walks off the set of her LA show and flies back to New York. Squatting in her old rent stabilized Brooklyn apartment, she makes awkward attempts to reconnect with friends from her old theater company, unleashing unresolved dynamics from the past. Multidisciplinary artist Elisabeth Subrin, whose credits include critically acclaimed films and installations such as Lost Tribes and Promised Lands (2010) and Shulie (1997), makes her narrative feature debut with this examination of sexism in the film industry, burnout, gentrification, and the porous boundary between our authentic and performed selves.

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with Elisabeth Subrin and Cara Seymour 

This screening will feature a Q&A with director Elisabeth Subrin and actor Cara Seymour.

 
 
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